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May 19, 2012 at 7:21 PM

‘Godlizza’ monster unleashed at 3 Minute Masterpiece screening

The grand prize winner of the 3 Minute Masterpiece digital film contest was announced Saturday at a public screening at SIFF Cinema at the Uptown: “Godlizza,” a fanciful monster movie starring a rampaging 2-year-old in a dinosaur suit.

“Godlizza,” directed by Chad Perkins, of Renton, was one of 11 winners of the annual film contest sponsored by The Seattle Times and Seattle International Film Festival. As the grand prize designee, Perkins took home an all-festival pass from the 10 a.m. screening of winners.

“Alternative Energy,” an animated film by Benjamin Davis, of Bellevue, was named the J. Michael Rima award-winner — the best entry made by a director under 18 years old.

And Todd Gardiner’s “Split-Minute” was voted the people’s choice winner by Seattle Times readers.

You can still view all 11 winning films here. Congratulations to all the winners.

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